Morning Links: Miami Art Boom Edition


Bass Museum of Art.


Randy Kennedy checks in with SculptureCenter as it prepares to unveil its newly expanded and renovated building. [The New York Times]

The Bass Museum’s curator of exhibitions, Jose Carlos Diaz, on the Miami art boom. [Miami New Times]

Outsider art and why the mainstream always wants a piece of it [The Guardian]

Metropolitan Museum Of Art Displays Epic Thomas Hart Benton Mural, “America Today” [Forbes]

National Portrait Gallery’s bid to save John Singer Sargent’s reputation [The Guardian]

A group in France faces A fine of €150,000 for alleged fake casts of works by Auguste Rodin. [Le Figaro]

Here’s a profile of Chay Costello, who runs the Museum of Modern Art’s Design Store. [The Wall Street Journal]

“The 13th edition of the Nuit Blanche—the free dusk-to-dawn arts festival run annually by the Ville de Paris on the first Saturday of October—will have a longer afterlife. Fifteen works commissioned for the event will remain on view through the duration of the Fiac art fair (23-26 October) and seven of them will become permanent.” [The Art Newspaper]

Maurizio Cattelan is co-curating a show called “Shit and Die.” [The Art Newspaper]

Here are details on Pace Gallery’s show focusing on Jacqueline Roque, Picasso’s wife and most painted subject. [The Wall Street Journal]

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